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  • Facebook Lets Publishers Put Logos Next to Headlines
    Facebook, giving back publishers a piece of their identities, is letting them display their logos alongside headlines. It's a move meant to appease media partners that feel they've lost the power of their brands when posting articles to social media.On Tuesday, the social network released new tools for publishers to ... read more
    Source: AdvertisingAgePublished on 2017-08-22
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  • FinCEN extends all-cash buyer rules to Honolulu
    Welcome to the club, Honolulu! The Hawaiian metropolitan area is the latest to join a list of cities and counties that have to report all-cash real estate deals above a certain dollar amount to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) ... read more
    Source: Inman NewsPublished on 2017-08-22
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  • Why AT&T Could Put the TV Advertising Revolution on Hold
    Like an army amassing troops on the border, AT&T is inspiring a lot of speculation about what it plans to do next. Once the Time Warner merger is complete, will the company sell CNN, forever altering the cable news landscape? Will it snuff out the creative spark at Time Warner, ... read more
    Source: AdvertisingAgePublished on 2017-08-22
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  • Making Sense of the Dramatic Purge at the LA Times
    Props to the Los Angeles Times for a story about its internal drama that's as blunt as what just happened: "Ross Levinsohn is named the new publisher and CEO of the L.A. Times as top editors are ousted."Times reporter Meg James writes,In a dramatic shake-up at the Los Angeles Times, ... read more
    Source: AdvertisingAgePublished on 2017-08-22
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  • Nationstar does a branding 180, becomes ‘Mr. Cooper’
    Nationstar has officially rebranded its servicing and loan origination operations as Mr. Cooper, seven months after the announcement of the name change during the company's Q4 2016 earnings call ... read more
    Source: Inman NewsPublished on 2017-08-22
    3 hours ago
  • The Village Voice Is Killing Off Its Print Edition
    The Village Voice, the legendary New York alternative newsweekly, announced today that it's killing off its print edition. Per a statement issued by the paper:The announcement comes as part of the ongoing effort by owner Peter Barbey, who purchased the Voice in October 2015 from Voice Media Group, to revitalize ... read more
    Source: AdvertisingAgePublished on 2017-08-22
    3 hours ago
  • Relax and live a little: How to earn a spot at real estate’s rich table
    You won't find Aaroe Estates president and real estate agent Aaron Kirman slumped behind a desk or hiding behind his tablet. You're more likely to catch him mid-volley on the tennis court with clients, chatting it up with prospects at dinner or enjoying a casual day of shopping with investors ... read more
    Source: Inman NewsPublished on 2017-08-22
    3 hours ago
  • Revealed: What Sofia Vergara, Jim Parsons, Mark Harmon and Other TV Stars Make
    Variety is out this morning with its annual TV talent salary survey and it's really good news for the 86 drama, comedy, reality and news stars on the list.Some of the dollar signs attached to names won't be a surprise, as they've been reported elsewhere; e.g., Stephen Colbert and Jimmy ... read more
    Source: AdvertisingAgePublished on 2017-08-22
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  • OfferPad, an Opendoor competitor, launches ‘Agent-on-Demand’
    Buyers will soon be able to use their smartphones to access Phoenix listings owned by OfferPad, an "iBuyer" that uses technology to quickly buy and resell homes ... read more
    Source: Inman NewsPublished on 2017-08-22
    7 hours ago
  • LinkedIn Debuts ‘Native Video,’ Looks More Like Facebook
    LinkedIn will start to look even more like Facebook as the business networking site rolls out an option for the sharing of videos on mobile phones. The feature, dubbed "native video" by LinkedIn, will be integrated in the coming weeks.Videos will autoplay without sound and the company hinted it may ... read more
    Source: AdvertisingAgePublished on 2017-08-22
    8 hours ago
  • Snapchat, Instagram Lure Teens Away From Facebook at Increasing Rate
    .chartsheadline{ font-family: Helvetica,sans-serif; text-align: center; Continue reading at AdAge.com ... read more
    Source: AdvertisingAgePublished on 2017-08-22
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  • Analyze This: How Brian Wieser Got To Be the Most-Quoted Man in Advertising
    When Brian Wieser strolls the Palais during the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, he flies under the radar. "I'm not a celebrity in the industry. I'm definitely B-list," he says.While he may go unnoticed at industry events, his analyses are anything but unheeded. When Pivotal Research analyst Wieser speaks, ... read more
    Source: AdvertisingAgePublished on 2017-08-22
    9 hours ago
  • Kind Isn’t Playing Nice as it Bashes Sugary Fruit Snacks
    If you're passing by Times Square today, don't be surprised to see statues of kids made of sugar -- well, something that looks like sugar, and it's to make a point. Kind wants you to know kids are taking in too much added sugar -- while also promoting one of ... read more
    Source: AdvertisingAgePublished on 2017-08-22
    9 hours ago
  • Handling objections: How to chase and unpack the ‘no’
    Is there a winning formula that can help us deal with objections effectively? Should we actually encourage objections? In this post, Dale Archdekin shares his winning tactics for reverting objections and making them work in his favor ... read more
    Source: Inman NewsPublished on 2017-08-22
    10 hours ago
  • Ad Age Wake-Up Call: Will a Chinese Car Company Buy Jeep? and Other News to Know Today
    Good morning. Welcome to Ad Age's Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing and digital-related news. What people are talking about today: Ad Age's must-read interview with the enfant terrible of advertising, Jason M. Peterson, who is Havas' co-chairman and chief creative officer, not to mention an Instagram photographer ... read more
    Source: AdvertisingAgePublished on 2017-08-22
    10 hours ago